U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit Social Security Cases

Supplemental Security Income Cases, Dockets and Filings

Cases filed


Cases 1 - 10 of 74
Sinkler v. Colvin
as 18-2044
Plaintiff - Appellant: Lakisha Janey Sinkler
Defendant - Appellee: Carolyn W. Colvin, Acting Commissioner of Social Security
Suttles v. Berryhill
as 18-1790
Plaintiff - Appellant: Doreen Suttles
Defendant - Appellee: Nancy A. Berryhill, Commissioner of Social Security
Parenteau v. Berryhill
as 18-1638
Plaintiff - Appellant: Edmond George Parenteau
Defendant - Appellee: Nancy A. Berryhill, Social Security Commissioner
Defendant: Laura Middleton, Appeals Officer
Parenteau v. Berryhill
as 18-1637
Plaintiff - Appellant: Edmond George Parenteau
Defendant - Appellee: Nancy A. Berryhill, Social Security Commissioner
Defendant: Laura Middleton, Appeals Officer
Echeandia v. Commissioner of Social
as 18-1627
Plaintiff - Appellant: Sigfredo Echeandia
Defendant - Appellee: Commissioner of Social Security Administration
Moxham v. Commissioner of Social Securit
as 18-1268
Plaintiff - Appellant: Debbie Jo Moxham
Defendant - Appellee: Commissioner of Social Security Administration
Brush v. Berryhill
as 18-1251
Plaintiff - Appellant: Rebecca Jane Brush
Defendant - Appellee: Carolyn W. Colvin, Acting Commissioner of Social Security, Nancy A. Berryhill, Acting Commissioner of Social Security
Cool v. Commissioner of Social Securit
as 18-1043
Plaintiff - Appellant: Denise F. Cool
Defendant - Appellee: Commissioner of Social Security Administration
Lawson v. Commissioner of Social Securit
as 18-938
Plaintiff - Appellant: Cassandra J. Lawson
Defendant - Appellee: Commissioner of Social Security Administration
Trepanier v. Commissioner of Social Securit
as 17-3684
Plaintiff - Appellant: Brett Robert Trepanier, Sr.
Defendant - Appellee: Commissioner of Social Security Administration

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